How Students and Teachers can find free Reference and Fiction books

We now live in an Age of free books.

The same piracy that happened to music is now happening to ebooks (Deer, 2011, March 14) fuelled mainly by cheaper $50 tablets (Deer, 2015, September 18) and free Wi-Fi.

I was quite surprised how many free *.pdf archives exist, many of them making money from Google Adsense:

I also found some *.pdf resources for IT (Information Technology) readers, especially programmers and Developers:

Finally, I’ve found a resource for free GCSE Books:

If you can’t find what you want, you can always buy used books for as little as US$1.99 in most cases at the following websites

Make sure to search for “used books”; slightly used but the knowledge therein still the same! Sharing is caring so share these resources with as many of your friends as you can!!

References:

  1. Deer, L. (2011, March 14). Piracy and E-Books in a Tale of Two Cities. Retrieved from http://geezam.com/piracy-and-e-books-in-a-tale-of-two-cities/
  2. Deer, L. (2015, September 18). US$50 Amazon Fire Tablet and US$50 Amazon Fire TV Stick makes Christmas bright. Retrieved from https://lindsworthdeer.wordpress.com/2015/09/18/us50-amazon-fire-table-and-us50-amazon-fire-tv-stick/
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